You may think that bringing the outdoors in is only possible by adding in plants and other greenery, but there are some other ways. You can use warm natural earth tones within your home to stay on top of the interior design trends, while also bringing the outdoors in.
You can use natural earth tones for the wall color, backsplash countertops, and many other home improvement elements. If you work with a specialist, they can help you choose the right earth tones and how to use them best.
We Want Our Homes to Be More Warm and Organic
Natural earth tones are making their way back into interior design because they provide an organic, warm feeling. More people stay inside these days, and cold, minimalist colors like light gray and light blue are just not enough to keep you comfortable. When looking at potential home improvements, consider dark chocolate tones for doors, banisters, and cabinetry. You can also consider olive-brown and other environmental tones for paint colors to complement some of the other furniture you choose.
When renovating a kitchen, you can use these colors for cabinetry and backsplash. These interior design trends are an excellent way for you to transform your house into a home.
Taking a Page from Nature
Another great way to take a page from nature is by integrating your outdoor landscape with your interior design. If you have large windows in your kitchen, you want to landscape the backyard or front yard to extend your interior space.
Similarly, if you use specific colors in a kitchen or bathroom, you may want to put the same colors out in your landscape. Figuring out the right earthy tones may prove difficult if you don’t have an interior designer’s experience. Thankfully some experts can help you.
Contact The Kitchen Showcase, and we can provide you with a free consultation so that you can start making your home feel more warm and earthy.